I hope there is a really easy answer to this.
And if so, sorry I couldn't find it myself.
I have the need to do something along the lines of:
<font color="blue"> </font> Window SetContext, "Caption=C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe"
<font color="black"> </font> and make sure that it does not get confused with the following:
<font color="blue"> </font> Window SetContext, "Caption=C:\WINDOWS\system32\CMD.EXE"
<font color="black"> </font>
Note that the only difference between the windows is the capitalization of the "CMD.EXE/cmd.exe"
A personal aside to Ciege:
I got your Private Message, but was not permitted to reply to it due to my newbie status. I will see if I can find a way to (quickly) up my post numbers.
I think that I can make that solution work... thanks!
FYI to Forum
This is an integration issue as I try to execute scripts from Build Forge on a scheduled basis. Build Forge uses 2 Command Windows in the process of executing scripts. One safely has a Build-Forge-ish name, and therefore does not interfere. The second has the same (default) name as my Command Window. (And spends much of its time without a visible prompt ">" since it is doing Build Forge things.) Ultimately this causes problems.